This is a charming video of one that took place yesterday, when the Chicago Cubs made their final roadtrip to L.A. The Cubs catcher David Ross -- who is also retiring at the end of the year -- made the trek up to the booth before the game, having started his career with the Dodgers. And Cubs manager Joe Maddon came along, as well (because it's just the kind of guy he is, and also because as a young man he lived in Los Angeles briefly and spent a lot of time listening to Scully, not to mention that he was a coach with the Angels who play in nearby Anaheim). Together, they brought some gifts from the Cubs organization.
Often, these sort of visits can be awkward and a bit stiff. But in large part because of the people involved, this is quite lovely and more than just a cursory "hello." One added note: at the beginning, Scully brings up to Maddon the name of "Beanie." That's Maddon's 83-year-old mother who works in the family restaurant back in Pennsylvania, who Maddon had discussed with Scully a year earlier.
Unfortunately, I can't embed the 5-minute video, but you can watch it here.